60 Credits SPRING

Aims/Description: The aim of the module is to provide the opportunity to undertake, learn and apply appropriate research and analytical methodologies to test specific hypotheses across any discipline pertaining to AMR. The module will also provide opportunities for students to develop skills necessary for conveying the aims and results of their investigation to a scientific audience in the form of an assessed dissertation and a poster. Students will be supervised individually, and supervision will be the responsibility of an academic member of staff.

Restrictions on availability: EMPTY

Staff Contact: THOMAS MARK S
Teaching Methods: Tutorials, Independent Study, Guided independent student research work. This may or may not be in a laboratory and will be supervised but contrasts to the close supervision given in `Laboratory sessions¿.
Assessment: Project work, Presentation, Vivavoce

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Molecular Biology and Biotechnology):

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